BBC One’s season “In the Mind” shines a spotlight on mental health issues, aiming to reduce stigma and encourage conversation. The series, airing in February 2016, showcases a range of programmes exploring mental health from different perspectives. Two documentaries, “My Baby, Psychosis and Me” and “The Not So Secret Life of the Manic Depressive: 10 Years On,” delve into the experiences of those living with mental health conditions.

The season also features a two-part drama, “Don’t Take My Baby,” which explores the struggles of a disabled couple fighting to keep their newborn child. “Life After Suicide,” a documentary by Angela Samata, explores the aftermath of suicide, and “The Truth About Depression” provides a scientific look at the condition.

The series is supported by a range of online resources, including personal stories, expert advice, and interactive guides. It also includes a collaboration with the Open University, offering a free online course on mental health.

BBC One’s “In the Mind” is a comprehensive exploration of mental health, aiming to foster understanding, reduce stigma, and encourage open conversation. It offers an insightful look into the realities of living with mental health conditions, providing a platform for those affected to share their stories.

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